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  • me: ugh he is such a dorky little shit, he is literally a piece of trash and i cant stand his face
  • friend: so you hate him?
  • me: no hes my favorite character

ilarual:

jaclcfrost:

char-ientism:

jaclcfrost:

jaclcfrost:

phrases like “i’ll be the distraction you go on ahead without me” generally do not have a tendency to end well

"i’ll catch up with you" no. no you probably won’t

"we’ll talk about this later" there is no later

"it’ll be alright" not for you since you just said that and doomed yourself

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winterfuckingsoldier:

i can’t believe we live in a world where someone on tumblr can call chris evans a dorito in the tags of some post and have it circulate so widely that robert downey jr calls him that often enough that chris evans gets the joke behind it.

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  • Straight haired person: Just comb it!
  • Curly haired person:

dontneedyourheroact:

what i love about mythbusters is that once they bust a myth they manipulate their variables until something finally explodes bc we all know why you’re really watching this show

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  • WiFi: connected
  • Me: then fucking act like it

Carl Linnaeus was not above jabs at personal enemies by naming certain species for them. For example, he named a weed that produces a nasty smelling fluid, Siegesbeckia, because he had a grudge against German botanist Johann Siegesbeck.

What’s In A Latin Name: The Legacy of Linnaeus

did you know that there are multiple instances of scientists taking pettiness to another level by naming species after their rivals

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there is a species of mussel literally called ‘Fat Warburg’ just because some early 1900s dude thought this would be an appropriate way to insult his nemesis

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